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Joh 14:27 "What I am leaving with you is shalom — I am giving you my shalom. I don't give the way the world gives. Don't let yourselves be upset or frightened.
I am leaving you with Shalom. Cool what does that mean? Yeshua says that about shalom, then He says do not live the way the world lives. What does that mean? Yeshua then says do not be frightened. Wow I never looked at this scripture like this before. Before we get to living like the world and also being frightened, we have to understand the word SHALOM. What does the word shalom mean? H7965 שׁלם / שׁלום shâlôm BDB Definition: completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, safety, soundness (in body), health, prosperity, quiet, tranquility, contentment, friendship. When Yeshua was speaking to those Jewish men in Hebrew He was saying 12 things when He used the one word SHALOM. This is a covenant He wants to give us. So it our job today to go deeper in our relationship with our King and to learn this word shalom so that we can be more faithful. Because the opposite of faithful is adultery and what happens to adulterers, they are not in heaven but hell.

This message has 5 sections:
Section 1: the covenant.

Section 2: His Shalom.

Section 3: what this word means in the Scriptures.

Section 4: the covenant of Shalom and it real truth.

Section 5: after the harvest and the long winter


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